RIYADH — The Saudi Heritage Fee (HC) signed Sunday a cooperation settlement with Japan’s Waseda College (WU) to conduct archaeological survey and excavation work at Al-Hawraa website in Umluj Governorate, Tabuk Area, for five years.
The signing ceremony happened on the HC headquarters, King Abdulaziz Historic Heart. It was attended by the Heritage Fee CEO Dr. Jasser Al-Harbash, and a consultant of the WU Complete Analysis Group, Dr. Hasegawa So.
The settlement consists of the collaboration of the 2 events within the survey and excavation at Al-Hawraa archaeological website. A WU scientific group will take part alongside a counterpart Saudi group in finishing up archaeological survey and excavation work.
College students from Japanese universities and scientific establishments may even have the chance to take part within the mission for coaching and conducting specialised analysis.
This settlement is a part of the Heritage Fee’s efforts to increase nationwide and worldwide scientific partnerships with universities and scientific establishments inside and outdoors the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the aim of conducting archaeological surveys and excavation work at cultural heritage websites within the Kingdom.
These efforts replicate the Saudi Ministry of Tradition’s dedication to reinforce worldwide cultural alternate and promote Saudi participation and nationwide tradition inside the framework of Saudi Imaginative and prescient 2030. — SPA